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  1. Hi It appears to be in DWC, if this is the case your water should be ph 5.5-6.0 in veg growth, this appears to be root problem, check for brown and smelly roots. Make sure of an air gap between water and bottom of net pot and if using rockwool as medium make the air gap larger, keep temps below 20c. hope this helps PEACE
  2. This subject doesnt come up much. Water curing is a method of which nutes and chlorophyll are extracted after the plant has been harvested. What happends to your weed is- it loses bag appeal, turns greyish during drying however smoother to smoke. It is said to be stronger, this is only because the THC percentage is higher after extracting some other things, this will make your weed slightly lighter than before. Be very careful not to wash away trichomes when changing water, one soak is not enough it takes several. PEACE,
  3. Excellent journal and strain-climate matching (uk is hard outdoors) be silly if i dont give this one ago outdoors. PEACE
  4. Love the report, theres a lot of truth in there. peace
  5. Yes i guess they could, if not used propally (to strong or to often) could possibally mess with ph and microbes in the soil would not like that would be like an acid bath. My advise on changing anything is- only change one thing at a time and watch the results PEACE
  6. with the window hinged at the top and hot air rising its not going to be able to open far enough for air to exchange properly. is there no way you could put intake or exhaust out bedroon door and use curtain to help seal or use that kind of method. PEACE
  7. Just a concerned brother asks, Having exhaust of the dehumidifier out the tent is that not bypassing the carbon filter?
  8. beautiful garden you have there keep up the good work peace
  9. p.s. the straighter the ducting the quicker the air flow
  10. Hi. Lets start with a question, where exactly is your exhaust? What i mean is, is the exhausted air in the same room as your tent, if so this could be part or all of the problem. Air wether intake or exhaust must come from different places, its fine to have a passive intake but the exhaust needs to go out of your tents room and leave window open and try to funnel the fresh towards the intake. This is a simple beginners mistake one which many of us have experienced some simply not heat issues but mold with rising RH with using recycled air. Hope this can help you solve a problem bro if already set up like i explained, then you need funnel cooler air in from somewhere else PEACE and good luck
  11. Hi guys. i may have my wires crossed with Organo-mineral that g22 mentioned. Organicly sourced minerals, GH powderfeeding is i believe minerals that have been sourced organicly @Jose.gh @Dust @jan.gh As for the food farming my toms love the short flowering, starting the feed at first truss. I think this is along the lines that was mentioned @g22 love the garden Hope this helps PEACE
  12. do not try to alter ph all in 1 watering no more than .5 ph in any 24hrs keep going the way you are but dont use the nutes, once run off is almost same as going in resume with nutes. just check also your not using to strong mix of nutes peace
  13. I think i missed this bit first time round. if your PH'ed water is 6.8 and run off is 5.2, your soil is very acidic. a difference of 1.6 should then be taken off your run off to find the ph value of the medium, run off 5.2 minus 1.6 = 3.4, works the same if the run off PH increases add the difference not subtract. i would stop using nutes untill you have ph under control not being absorbed by the plant will only make this worse. peace and have fun
  14. Im hoping for at least another week i can leave her.

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